Blood Bound (Unbound Novel)
They say blood is thicker than water. They have no idea. As a blood tracker, Liv is extremely powerful. And in a world where power is a commodity that can get you killed, Liv has learnt to survive by her own rules. Rule number one? Trust no one. But when a friend s daughter goes missing, Liv is... show more
They say blood is thicker than water. They have no idea. As a blood tracker, Liv is extremely powerful. And in a world where power is a commodity that can get you killed, Liv has learnt to survive by her own rules. Rule number one? Trust no one. But when a friend s daughter goes missing, Liv is bound by a potent magical oath. She can't rest until the child is safe. And that means trusting her dangerous ex, Cam. A sinister prophecy tells that she and Cam will be the death of each other, yet Liv s tired of being a slave to destiny. She s ready to play the forces controlling her world at their own game. No matter what the cost.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2011-08-23
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
I liked a lot about this book but there were a few things that bugged me enough to lessen my enjoyment. First, the good stuff - I thought the world was pretty interesting. Not as dark as say Downside Ghosts, but still we're in a city run by a couple of rival crime lords. I liked that there weren'...
My Rating: 4.0 I've never read a book Rachel Vincent wrote before, and boy, am I sold. I wasn't sure if I'll enjoy her Soul Screamers series, so I decided to give one of her adult book series a try before I start reading her Soul Screamers series, but I never actually expected to enjoy Rachel Vincen...
Creative new world of Skilled characters that are Trackers, Binders, Travellers, Blinders, Seers, etc. There's a set of rules that the Skilled do to protect themselves from each other so they are not exploited by the mafia type factions that rule the city. John Tower and Ruben Cavazos are the fact...
3.5/5Gonna check out book #2 for sure.
3.5 stars. Huh. I think I just finished a Rachel Vincent book and had a moment of confusion in thinking that I had read something from another author completely.Am I complaining? Kind of... Crap. I'm sorry. This wasn't supposed to happen because I adore Ms. Vincent. However, I do have more positive...
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